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york. authorityies in canada are about to report terror plots. this comes a week to the day after the boston bombings but we're told the cases are not connected, at least not as they can tell at this time. we're expecting a news conference in a matter of minute. >> first, a fox urgent. the feds filed formal charges against the 19-year-old suspect in at the boston marathon while the young man lay in a hospital bed. among the charges, use of a weapon of mass destruct. the the younger suspect lifted his phone to his ear shortly before the first blast. quoting, a few seconds after he finishes the call the large crowd of people around him can be react topping the explosion bomber number two, virtually alone, appeared calm. walks away without his national sba, having left it on the ground, and ten second later an explosion occurs in the location where bomber number two placed his knapsack. and today the white house says it will not designate the suspect as an enemy cot ban tenant. some g.o.p.makers, including lindsey graham, say doing so may help theofeds gather evidence. a little more
, was on city infrastructure. other government considered 19 percent and of that 97 percent was on canada post boxes like they are the drop boxes that the mail carriers use for picking up their mail to deliver. they are being phased out, though, so again within the next year or so, those boxes are going to be phased out in edmonton so we'll see if it makes a change in graffiti results. but it also assists us in terms of how we approach them. so we take this information to canada post and basically say, get rid of the gray boxes. so, conclusions. edmonton's method for auditing graffiti vandalism is unbiased and effective as far as we've been able to determine. we use the results to work with the edmonton police service to determine our other services. the graffiti index and intensity index allow for specific locations within the neighborhood. we found we had significant results over the first year, in terms of the decrease 42.7 percent and while we have leveled off this year, we are confident that by analyzing the neighborhood data we will be able to make strong changes to our programs to
and audience, andyou would share a laugh, i met him as a young kid in canada. thenld watch these guys, he was always very kind to me, and he was a people's person. he was unilaterally gracious to a lot of people. to be downey wanted frank. i do a big tribute to him. i do it on stage. people are crying, and i am crying. people were not aware how talented this guy was. process theid you the ratmy --embraced by pack and a great entertainer -- how did you as his friend process the way he was maltreated in his career because of his skin color? >> we were very supportive. me when i earlier for was on a bus, and i was the only one allowed off to get food and bring it back to the bus for my friends. it was totally a disgrace for me. i would go to my parents and say, what is this? they would not allow him into hotels. just started a moment. and franke humor, used to tease him, but we were totally supportive in getting it done. speaking about canada, something.nka means >> it is the middle eastern name. my grandfather came over from the middle east, and somewhere i looked at it and said, what is it
to ambassador doer, we're very pleased former u.s. ambassador to canada giffin is here as well. the specific topic, of course, is the keystone pipeline, which is the most famous pipeline in the history of the world. and all the more so that it hasn't even been built. so it is quite an achievement. but there's a larger energy security aspect to this, which behind that is the scale of alberta as an energy-producing country. its 2.4 million barrels a day of oil output total are equivalent to a major opec country. for instance, it's really the same scale as venezuela, which indicates the strategic importance of that resource. and on top of that, the 1.8 million barrels a day of oil sands, if that was a country onto itself would be the largest single source of u.s. oil imports. so in other words, there's a lot of significance in the discussion that we're going to have today, and it's very valuable that we have the premier to guide us through this discussion. she graduated from the university of saskatchewan with a degree in law. she spent several years working in the federal government in ottawa,
be true universal health-insurance through a single payer health care system. john: canada, britain. >> all the western industrialized countries, the capitalist democratic countries, not just all thus, japan, thailand, germany, folks have access to go choose the doctors that want to go to colleges the hostels and the clinics that want to go to, under our system will we propose a single pair universal health care h.r. 76. john: the group pushing -- >> the health program. john: a moral duty? >> yes. we believe, and that the many americans believe, maybe even most believe that health care is a human right. is one of those things that you live in america, you're an american. you should have an all-american health care system and insurance. everybody would have insurance automatically. no more turning on and off. john: this sounds awfully good to people. >> it sounds good. can that -- canada as a universal health care system and people waiting to did three years from primary care doctor. no, you know, the problem is in canada, for example, you have to weigh six to nine months for kasten.
system. john: canada, britain. >> all the western industrialized countries, the capitalist democratic countries, not just all thus, japan, thailand, germany, folks have access to go choose the doctors that want to go to colleges the hostels and the clinics that want to go to, under our system will we propose a single pair universal health care h.r. 76. john: the group pushing -- >> the health program. john: a moral duty? >> yes weelieve, and that the many americans believe, maybe even most believe that health care is a human right. is one of those things that you live in america, you're an american. you should have an all-american health care system and insurance. everybody would have insurance automatically. no more turning on and off. john: this sounds awfully good to people. >> it sounds good. can that -- canada as a universal health care system and people waiting to did three years from primary care doctor. no, you know, the problem is in canada, for example, you have to weigh six to nine months for kasten. there's no place i can't catch you can scan in an hour in america. we just
of our day. we need to cement our relationship with our best trading partner in canada and secure our national security interests and energy security interests by approving this pipeline. i yield back. at this time, i would like to recognize the gentleman from illinois for an opening statement. you, mr. chairman. i watched the game on monday night. i thought of this hearing and i thought of my colleagues on the other side. pitino showed mr. was that he can adjust his game. i think my republican friends cannot adjust their game for the american people. pitino is going to the hall of fame. the republicans on the other side will be inducted into the hall of shame for their refusal to have a hearing with scientists on climate change. we can appreciate the irony that we are here [indiscernible] ongoing state department review process. [indiscernible] limits citizen's ability to file lawsuits against the project. exxon and mobile are still scrambling to clean up oil and in myarkansas home state of illinois and the gulf. shame. it is still unclear [indiscernible] yes, my republican colleague
captured in canada for allegedly plotting a terror attack on a passenger train are making their first court appearance today. the suspects from two niece gentleman and the united arab emirates are not canadian citizens. canadian police told us they had been tracking the men for a while and that apparently the public was never in any danger, again a foiled plot here. canadian officials claim the suspect had support from al-qaida elements inside eye than ra. iran's government is officially denying any involve. in the alleged plot, but still so many questions than answers. >> an 18-year-old illinois man accused of trying to join an al-qaida affiliated group will be in federal court in chicago today. authorities claim he wanted to join fighters in 4 syria, and was busted by an undercover fbi agent posing as an al-qaida recruiter. he was arrested as he prepared to board a flight to turkey at o'hare airport. now he's charged with attempting to provide material shoeport to terrorism. jenna: to overseas now a terrorist attack in libya, a car bomb explodes outside the french efp embassy in tripoli h
. it says so right here on the record near the old hudson's bay colony in canada. and on the record you can hear the voice of mick jagger. jagger was just one of the artists assembled for the recording session. dylan was also there. you can hear him clearly. and then there were the beatles, john, paul, george, and an unnamed drummer, but for all we knew, it could have been ringo. and we learned about this double bootleg album shrouded in nis mist tri because we all read the review in "rolling stone". >> i'm the music editor at "rolling stone" magazine. >> the very same "rolling stone" portrayed in almost famous. it was the bible of music at that time. you had the moon landing, woodstock, the vietnam war. music was huge and it had the power to change the world. then comes the review by the record reviews editor greer marcus. he called the album powerful, provocative and stunning, a masterpieces. it can truly be said this album is the way of life. >> people began calling the rolling stone offices, record stores. when is this record coming out? how do we get in touch with the distributor? >> t
four news. >> what if google's russian co-founder sergey brin started his company in canada instead of the u.s. unthinkable, right? well, while congress haggles over immigration, our friendly neighbor to the north is trying to poach america's young immigrant entrepreneurs from under our nose. canada is starting to issue start up visas. they're only too happy to take our top techie talent. just like the two you're about to meet. >> this is a three dimensional heart lifesaving tool. >> he started this in california but he is from france. he got a visa. >> it was very stressful and it was really just down to one person. >> and this young person started a global investment fund in the bay area. >> it would be impossible to be a company without him. >> and even they have given up. >> i could go back to india so they ended up doing that but we were trying to get a green card. they just want back and pursued the master's. >> they came to the united states cannot looking for a job but they are creating jobs they say that it is difficult to stay with the current visa system. they are taking
'm the graffiti project manager for the city of edmonton, canada. for some of you weren't in my presentation earlier today i'll go through what the city of edmonton is doing in terms of programming but then go through auditing and what we do. capital city clean up brings cities together to create safe, clean inviting xhueplts and neighborhoods. our motto is a clean and safe edmonton is a shared responsibility and we work on the premise that we can't do it alone, that we need to work as partners with the community to create solutions to graffiti vandalism and litter enforcement. just a technical point, if any of you want to ask questions, they are recording the session so they would like you to speak into the microphone and if you have any questions along the way, please feel free to ask. when did capital city clean up start? it was launched in 2005 as a pilot program focused on litter reduction in the downtown of edmonton. basically businesses were asked to adopt a block in their area and were responsible for litter clean up in that area and the program had such a huge success that they ex
that it was a hacking. >> a man arrested in canada on suspicion of planning to attack a passenger train traveling from the united states to canada, made the first court appearance. the 35-year-old did not enter a plea during the brief appearance in toronto, and the other suspect will appear before a judge if montreal tomorrow. law enforcement officials say the suspects intended to plant bombs to destroy the tracks, derailing the canadian trains which partners with amtrak to provide service between canada and new york. it is the first plot tied to al qaeda to target canada. >> new this morning, officials in libya are looking for whoever is behind a deadly car bomb that exploded just outside the french embassy in tripoli. the explosion killed two french guards and a libyan teen. libya and france have condemned the attack. >> oakland police want to fine the person who spray painted racist graffiti on a woman's car this morning. the vandal targeted this white bmw on 56th which included two racial slurs. the car's owner said she was awakened by the sound of someone spray painting her car. >> it is ridiculo
to the gulf coast of texas has been criticized by environmentalists, but another pipeline project from canada would have a greater impact on the west coast is getting very little attention. david baker, tell us about that one under the radar. what is it and why should we be thinking about it? >> it is under the radar here, but not in british columbia. a pipeline called trans mountain. it is actually pretty old. about 60 years it has been there. it goes from edmonton northern alberta across the mountain ranges and off on a couple of ships. the owners want to triple the capacity. it can carry about 300,000 barrels of oil or products per day. they want to get it up to 890,000. keystone, if that extension is built, it will be 830,000. this will be bigger. >> unlike keystone, no additional pipelines through the united states? >> no, there wouldn't. that changes the political dynamics a bit. the proposal for the company to install a second set of pipes next to the first one that sit on the same route on the same right of way. there is right now a little spur off that pipeline that crosses over the
involved. >> the plan was to blow up a bridge in canada while a train was crossing, a train which toronto and new york city commuters use. >> this is a testament to the strength of our relationships with canadian and american law enforcement. >> stephen: yes, the royal canadian mounted police, or mounties, have thwarted an al qaeda-inspired terrorist attack, which is quite a fate considering how hard it is for them to go under cover. folk, i would like to say a word to our friends up north-- you canadians are a brave and heroic people. if i have said it once, this is the one time i said it. ( laughter ) ( applause ) ( cheers ) ladies and gentlemen, i-- i want all my maple-blood brothers to know that we would put it on the line to protect you if there was anyone who disliked you. ( laughter ) so thank you, canada. this is the greatest gift you have given our country since your years of service providing a plausible place for our nonexistent girlfriends to be from. ( laughter ). and i am not-- i am not the only newsman showing canada the proper respect, shep. >> let's get the details. in e
, they fled to canada, went to britain or elsewhere. but he knew that they were americans and his republican values required that they treat them with respect. >> your story about andre flies and face of logic. >> john andre, the british was hanged after two days in that commission. this myth under the exact same circumstances with that loyalists and you would think he would be given the same treatment. he was then. he was given weeks and weeks of trial. >> please pray for the microphone, though. >> thank you, look at. it's going to be fun to read this book. just a couple of questions. first, let me just point out, andre had violated the laws of war by his action. where would she sit scb tried? it's not clear to me the international law required by themselves. canada did not become independent until 1867. there were minor skirmishes before them, but it then a lot time, so maybe it was worth it after all. they will play should is -- >> slaves did not become free until 1866 about the same time. but the point of view of many americans, they were not free until the same time canada was. >> i was
canada. now, forgetting to include canada in any study you do that you think is applicable to the united states is like a doctor forgetting to ask about your siblings in taking your family history. can daw is our biggest trading partner. canada is located very, very close to the united states. i mean, there are actually some places in this country where you really can see canada from your house. it is the other place in the world that most looks like the belgium, denmark, and a place called canada. now, forgetting to include canada in any study you do that you think is applicable to the united states is like a doctor forgetting to ask about your siblings in taking your family history. can daw is our biggest trading partner. canada is located very, very close to the united states. i mean, there are actually some places in this country where you really can see canada from your house. it is the other place in the world that most looks like the united states of america in every way, including economically. canada is the other economic laboratory on this planet that most resembles our economi
canada and britain has. >> all of the western industrialized countries democratic countries not just western europe, japan, taiwan, germany folks have access to choose the doctors they want to go to, choose the hospital or what clinic they want to go to. we call for 676. >> you say we t group. it's a moral duty. >> we believe and i think many believe most americans believe that healthcare is a human right it is one of those things that you live in america all healthcare insurance, everybody wants insuranwould have insuran automatically. >> it sounds good. >> canada has a universal healthcare system they have people waiting 2-3 years for a primary care doctor. the problem is in canada for example you have to wait 6-9 months for a cat scan. there's no place i can't get you a cat scan in an hour in america. we caught mary lehey one of the former medical executives from canada sneaking across the border to come to mayo clinic which is for cash. why is it? it sounds good they have access to all of the care but social e socialized systems don't produce the goods to have quality medical ca
leaders have talked about. and when we run those you don't expand oil sands in canada. you don't expand the venezuelan heavy oil. and that means, it doesn't mean shutting down the oilsands. you're not trying to triple production and that means projects like keystone and the project in british, columbia, are not part of the feasible future. and in my testimony i quote, i refer to a study by mit researchers that just focus on the alberta oil sands. >> thank you, mr. chairman. >> at this time recognize the gentleman from texas, mr. hall, for five minutes. >> thank you, mr. chairman. i have a question but first i want to just note that the chairman introduced into the record the impact of climate change, and we've been debating that here four years -- that here four years. we have listened too much to scientists, and the liberal press doesn't always reported to the people. what the site is on either side safer. they say we need more, more work, more hearings. we sent 22 bills over to the senate. one of them got through, and the president vetoed it. ms. gabbard says he doesn't deny that the
back to the rapidly unfolding events here today in boston, want to take you to canada, where we're learning a little bit more about a planned terror attack that has been foiled by authorities. for more on this, to paula newton on the phone in ottawa. and, paula, we understand there have been some arrests. what are you learning? >> well, i am learning that the police will brief us within half an hour, brooke, and one rcn police source telling us this was a plot, that was to target transport links in canada. would not say exactly what the nature of that was. and they say they had this plot, that people involved in this plot under surveillance for some time, they decided to make the arrest. brooke, we should point out that as of now there are no links to the boston marathon bombings. and no links to an earlier plot we learned of in algeria earlier this year where two canadians were also implicated. right now, this seems to be a plot that rcnp here in canada are uncovering. they'll give us more details in a few minutes. i should also say, brooke, this was apparently extensive help f
of canada in addition to our seats for that we just talked about at the ports of entry. on the have a force boston area. a lot of places there that we focus on in new hampshire can you help me understand what the biggest threat are with respect to the security along the border with canada? we have a 58 mile border in there are other portions of border canada. what are our challenges their? >re? >> thank you. will we look at our borders, one of the things that is different stems from the fact that you have approximately 90% of the population. peoplere hundreds of coming across the border to the south. to have to look at it a lot differently. one of the things we have to do within canada is we have over the years worked jointly in terms of the integrated border enforcement teams. we come together frequently. in many cases along the border, we are constantly sharing information, of bringing all of our resources tether and trying to understand what the picture is in terms of threats in the region. we had very good working relationships. emerging threats? what is the best way to approach those f
value, bharat? >> well, i think the share price is reflecting the broader market. especially in canada. we've seen some weakness in the job numbers. so td is reflecting what the overall market is. i think our strategy has worked, and you should expect more firmness in the stock price when the markets turn. >> ed, why such a long transition time? i mean, you're going to hang around longer than jay leno will on "the tonight show." why are you giving bharat such a long lead time here? >> exactly. i think it's very much the style. you know, when i took over there was also a very long transition. i think it is because in a sense, bharat and i have been partners building this strategy. i think what the market wants and our customers and our employees want to hear is that there isn'isn'ing to be change. we've been the best performing bank in north america, whether you measure it on a 10-year, 5-year, 3-year basis. they yjust want to make sure we can keep ongoing. a steady handover is what they want. >> ed, i believe you told investors just last week the slower growth of canada's economy is go
reports. >>> a separate investigation to tell you about, authorities in canada say they have foiled a terror plot and arrested two suspects. the men were planning to attack a passenger train traveling between the u.s. and can ka. >> reporter: after months of surveillance two suspects are charged with conspiracy to commit a terrorist act involving passenger trains in canada. but it had a link to al qaeda from iran, something that we have not heard before in connection with terrorist cells. take a listen. >> the individuals were receiving support from al qaeda elements located anin iran. now i can tell you there is no indication to indicate they were state sponsored. >> reporter: the suspects will appear in court tuesday morning. police say they believe this was a real but not imminent threat. it had no connection to the boston bombings and at no time was the public in danger. they allowed many elements of this plot to carry out at the same time wire happening phones and computers and homes and addresses to be able to listen in and gather more evidence. they say the threat was not imm
that would transport crude oil from canada to the gulf coast. it is up to the president to give that pipeline the green light. it is believed tom steyer will use this opportunity to drill home to the president why the pipeline should not exist. we caught up to a north bay congressman. >> i'll be one of those pushing on the president to reject this project. it's going to take us in the wrong direction. it's going to cause enormous environmental damage. >> reporter: and a new pugh research poll released just this week, 66% of u.s. adults favor the pipeline. 22% actually oppose it. the president is set to make a decision on the pipeline by the end of summer. of course, again, we are live here in sea cliff. we'll be keeping an eye out for that motorcade as the president makes his way to the neighborhood. >>> more details now on the keystone pipeline. the project is a 1700 mile pipeline that would transport crude oil from canada all the way to the gulf coast of mexico. the controversy is over this northern half, which still needs to be approved by the state department and signed off on by the pres
mentioned earlier the sensation of going to canada and what it felt like to be in that place in canada and in other opportunities to be in that land in ireland. i wonder if you can reflect and margaret as well, what were the physical experiences you were having and what was the importance ever going to the place by way of informing your story? >> i don't know if anybody seen there is a series on now on called african-american lives? >> yeah. >> and it remindses me so much of my experience and some of the things that were said that rang through for me are things like, if we don't know where we come from we don't know that we are somebody. it's like, the effects of colonization when -- when our story is taken from us. in when our language is taken and we are disoriented and we come to a new country, we are not literate, it's a way to keep people oppressed. so, part of reclaiming ourselves as irish americans and having the biggest life possible means knowing everything there is to know about ourselves and our people. >> i will talk briefly about the going to saint john i set that trip
in canada. authorities say two men were scheming to derail a passenger train in the toronto area. the suspects are foreign nationals who lived in canada. we have learned that one of them had been living in canada for some 20 years. officials say they were in the planning phase and were getting outside help. the two suspects have been under surveillance for re thar. at this time, officials do not believe though this plot was linked in any way to the boston bombings. >>> a bill designed to take guns away from some californians has now gone to the governor. state lawmakers approved the plan to take more than 40,000 illegally owned guns off the street providing $24 million to a program that takes guns from felons and the mentally ill. >>> supervisors in contra costa county are considering a budget that could close more fire stations. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran tells us the lack of fire funding is as a result of a measure voters failed to pass. >> the impact is going to be tremendous i think to this area. >> reporter: a new budget was put on the table at this morning's board of sup
into canada. >> guest: well, democracy now, every year we travel around the country. we broadcast from the community media public television public radio stations all over the country and do fund-raisers for them because of the way public media his supporters to listeners and viewers. they come out and part of our mission is to shore up public media. so we are describing a situation in 2009. my colleague, dennis morning and then nine, who rode with me breaking the sound barrier, the silent majority, we are going from seattle speaking their just like two days ago we broadcast in denver from the denver open media, which is public access in denver where we broadcast every day, but then we rented a studio. it was the first time the station had actually done a global broadcast. we pull a satellite truck up, work with the people there, students, volunteers to man do this broadcast. that is overdoing. rebroadcast from seattle. and we were making -- it was thanksgiving time, and we figure that the talks about be happening here, so we talked turkey in canada and were invited by three community
was appalled to hear about a filthy museum exhibit in canada. see, the vancouver maritime museum has a new exhibit called "tattoos and scrimshaw: the art of the sailor," which features nine erotic engravings made on the teeth of sperm whales in the 19th century, or as one concerned parent calls it "whale bone porn"! incidentally, to get your whale bone porn name, take a name from the first line of your favorite whaling novel and combine it with your favorite dish at red lobster. so my whale bone porn name is "ishmael unlimited shrimp." [laughter] [cheers and applause] for more on this story, we turn to ctv news, canada's whale porn news leader. >> vancouver's maritime museum wanted to show what sailors on whaling ships often long for when far from home but the tattoos and sailing exhibits showed a little too much for one mother. whale erotica that ann pimentel says she should've been warned about. >> i was appalled. i had my two sons with me it wasn't on their website. there were no signs when i purchased the tickets for my family. >> stephen: folks, if children see this harpoon-tang it w
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